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man, al jazeera's sami al-hajj, the only journalist held at guantanamo. held by the u.s. military for more than six years without charge, sami al-hajj was reportedly tortured repeatedly tortured, attack by dogs, hung from the ceiling. in january 2007, he began a hunger strike that lasted 438 days until his release. >> i go on hunger strike for many reasons. we are held in guantanamo without charge, without cause. they did not give us a chance to go to court about our case. >> today, a "democracy now!" exclusive, an extended broadcast interview with sami al-hajj from the headquarters of al jazeera in doha. all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. a u.s. drone attack has killedki eight people in the pakistani region of north waziristan. pakistani officials said the dead are suspected militants, including an al qaeda operative. three people were injured. the attack follows another strike in pakistan that killed up to 18 people on sunday. speaking reuters, the former commander of u.s. troops in afghanistan,
to the heads of state of those who will be on the ivory coast on saturday. what they are also samying is the outcome will depend on a security meeting on monday in which the international community in member states of the u.n. are supposed to pledge their support. what we know is most of the states may not be able to fund themselves and bring their soldiers here. it seems it france might be left holding the candles for a while. they are finding the best way to bring their troops here. that would need a lot of support. >> interesting. thank you. of appeal has ordered a retrial for ho hosni mubarak and his security chief. they were accused of killing hundreds of demonstrators during the uprising. 846 protesters were killed. thousands more were injured. mubarak was sentenced to life in prison in june of last year for his role. >> these are hosni mubarak's supporters inside the courtroom celebrating with a field as a long-awaited justice. the verdict is fair. i thought well mubarak and all this assistance will be found innocent. >> there's nothing to prove that he killed the protesters. i
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